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Dice are polyhedral objects used in games for generating random numbers.
Dice, DICE, or dicing may also refer to:
- Dice, Kentucky, an unincorporated community located in Perry County, Kentucky
- Dice Living, a way of life depicted in the novel The Dice Man by Luke Rhinehart
- DICE (compiler), a C compiler for Amiga written by computer scientist Matt Dillon
- DICE model (Dynamic Integrated Climate-Economy model), a computer model of climate change
- D.I.C.E. Summit, an annual gathering of executives from the videogame industry
- DICE, formally known as EA Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment, a Swedish video game developer
- Dicing, a method of preparing food chopping it into small cubes or dice
- Defense-Independent Component ERA, a baseball statistic
- Diceware, a method used for generating security phrases
- Dice's coefficient, a similarity measure used in information retrieval
- Munchkin Dice, an expansion for the Munchkin card game
- Dice (G.I. Joe), a fictional ninja in the G.I. Joe universe, member of Cobra
- Dice (horse) (1925–1927), American Champion Thoroughbred racehorse
- Wafer dicing, a step in semi-conductor processing where device chips are cut out of a wafer
- Dice.com, a career website
- DICE (DEA database), a DEA database, consists largely of phone log and Internet data
- Dice (album), a 1989 comedy album by Andrew Dice Clay
- DICE (band), a German prog rock band
- Dice (rapper), American rapper
- "Dice" (hide song), 1994
- "Dice" (Finley Quaye song), 2004
- Dices, the Spanish version of Selena Gomez & the Scene's 2010 single, "Who Says"
- Dice (TV miniseries), a live-action television miniseries
- Andrew Dice Clay (born 1957), American comedian
- Dice: Undisputed, a 2007 American TV reality show starring Andrew 'Dice' Clay
- D.I.C.E., a 2005 animated television series
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